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 Early Years
 Corporate Backing
 The Book of the Eternal Soul
 Relation to Christianity
Eternalists believe in the Christian Doctrine and Holy Communion, however they believe that God gave Man the knowledge of Cloning so that we could honor the life and death of his son Jesus Christ by following in his footsteps.
Fundamentalist Christians have a very harsh view of Eternalism, and an even harsher view of Cloning. They believe that clones are nothing more then soulless demons.
 Eternalism Now
Eternalism has grown over the years into one of the worlds predominant religions. Pulling it's following from main stream Christianity. Most of it's followers have clones themselves. It has been called the religion of the rich by critics because it appeals more to those who have, or plan on having clones one day.
Traditional Christian followers are commonly thought of as poor, or unable to afford a clone. Studies have shown that if a traditional christian obtains a clone, the majority of the time they begin practicing Eternalism within the first year.